A round-up of stories on Washington wine from October 21nd to 31st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
Edmonton Journal writes about Charles Smith.
From around the country…
MSNBC writes about multiple winery tasting rooms.
Reuters writes that Mother Nature stomps on the wine grape harvest.
The Washington Post writes about New York’s bid to take over the number 2 spot in wine production.
St. Louis Today writes about Yakima Valley.
From the blogosphere…
The Grumpy Winemaker writes about Chuck Fiola being seriously injured in a tractor accident.
Serious Eats gives snapshots from harvest.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Initiative 1183 resources.
Table Talk writes about restaurant week.
Northwest Cork and Fork writes about the Taste of Tulalip.
Sips and the City writes about Taste of Tulalip.
SassyCityGirl gives a Taste of Tulalip preview.
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about wine and candy pairing.
From the locals…
Eugene News writes about Halloweeen wines with a callout to Owen Roe’s Sinister Hand and Ash Hollow’s Headless Red.
KNDO writes about protests against Initiative 1183.
Ronn Judd writes for the Seattle Times about Initiative 1183.
Seattlest writes about Initiative 1183.
Wenatchee World says vote yes on Initiative 1183.
At KOMO News Ken Schram writes about his vote on Initiative 1183.
The Herald.net writes that no city or county money is at stake in Initiative 1183.
Whatcom Magazine writes about Maryhill.
Wenatchee World writes about Riesling.
East Oregonian writes that Initiative 1183 will impact wine in Oregon.
Seattle Business writes about mergers and acquisitions.
KXLY writes about liquor store employees protesting Initiative 1183.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer writes about the most recent Initiative 1183 polls.
Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…
KPLU writes about the latest polls on the 2011 initiatives.
KUOW writes about Initiative 1183 claims.
That’s all folks!